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Dicota Take.Off Control iPod and laptop bag

A bag. With integrated iPod controls

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Unwired Video Review This laptop messenger bag from Dicota is called the ‘Take.Off Control’, and it’s got iPod buttons built right into the strap, meaning you don’t have to fiddle with your audio player to change tracks or volume.

It fits laptops up to 15.4in widescreen. It’s well built, but costs £75 - is it worth the money?

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Dicota Take.Off Control iPod and laptop bag

Pricey, but great for the laptop owner and iPod user on the move...
Price: £75 RRP

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